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    • Railroads

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    • A momentary burst of lights unequalled in the annals of photography turns night into day for this history making picture marking the centennial of the world famous Horseshoe Curve of the Pennsylvania Railroad, an engineering marvel to this day and...
    • Railroads

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    • "A momentary burst of lights unequalled in the annals of photography turns night into day for this history making picture marking the centennial of the world famous Horseshoe Curve of the Pennsylvania Railroad, an engineering marvel to this day and...
    • Blower and Flash Wall

    • Walls; Engine rooms;
    • "This building contained an engine which turned the raw steam from the steam plant into usable power to operate the glaze mill. May also have contained gearing connected to, and translating the power from, the turbine at the creek edge, which was...
    • Green Flash

    • Air pilots; Airplanes; Transcontinental flights;
    • Text from back of image: 'The 'Green Flash' after its landing at the beach at Old Orchard, ME, from where its crew, Roger Williams and Lewis A. Yancey plan to hop off on a flight to Rome.'
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 4, 1999]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; AIDS (Disease); Soybeans; Nutrition; Snowshoes & snowshoeing; Hosiery; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Clothing industry; Photography; Nylon; Rugs;
    • Table of Contents: Dedicated to the fight against AIDS; To do list for the planet; The human bean; Extreme performance; Energy to spare; It's different, it's Corian; Working hard with Carhartt; Flash forward; Nylong rugs, meet the computer;...
    • DuPont Magazine [July 1928]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Ammunition; Mining; Blasting; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: When the circus comes to town with the flash of red and gold; An old favorite comes back; Do blasted ditches afford good drainage; Story of gunpowder; Ace; Oversea highway; That marine railway on Aruba Island; An aid to the...
    • Ouch!

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    • Some idea of how the kickers toe feels to a football is gained in this unique high-speed photograph by Professor Harold E. Edgerton of MIT. Professor Edgerton pioneered in the application of high speed electronic flash photography to the study of...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1980]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Office equipment & supplies; Automobile industry; Health care; Food industry; Exhibitions; Soybeans; Furniture; Plastics industry; Stadiums;
    • Table of Contents: Fascinatin' fastener; The clenet: fun for the road; Passing the cost containment test; A problem solved in varmland; A wrap-up on frozen fish; Great discovery; Safeguarding the Cinderella crop; Furniture in a flash; The mizpah:...
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1981]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Golf; Protective clothing; Pet food industry; Space vehicles; Roofs; Vacuum cleaners; Plastics industry; Solar energy;
    • Table of Contents: This putter widens the cup; Safety in a flash; It's the cat's whiskers; The shuttle's dynamic trio; A roof that beats the elements; Sweeping the nation; Not just another pretty place; Compatitble goals; Tufcote for tough...
    • Farms, farm life

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    • These are the bigwigs, an evening conference along a pasture fence. From left to right: Mr. Barmhart farm superintendent. Chas Reed, Rutgers agriculture engineer. Harry Besley, Rutgers agriculture engineer. Mr. Mozur. Carl Benley, Rutgers grass...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1920]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Automobile industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Textile industry; Firearms industry;
    • Table of Contents: Unearthing King Coal; Reclaiming the coastal plain; DuPont products exhibit; Women at the traps; Marksmanship makes better mechanics; Signs that flash in the sky; Complete standardized line of paint and varnishes.
    • Lukens Life Cover, Nov. 1954

    • Magazine covers; Bridges;
    • Written on back: "The Cover: A familiar landmark on W. Lincoln Highway in Coatesville is the Lukens Steel Company bridge. After dark, the glow of the Lukens sign high up on the Open Hearth combines with the flash of headlights from passing cars to...
    • Dust Mill

    • Mills; Ordnance industry;
    • "This building is on or near the site of the original stamping mill of 1802-3. It may have had a flash wall added to it in the mid-19th century. No record was found of its modification from stamping mill to other uses, but an interview reports a...

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